STOP MAKING TRACKS IN THE TIMELINE!
Did you know you can build complete tracks in Session View? Yes. Session View is amazing, it’s the heart of Ableton. It lets you play your tracks live, with FX and controllers, and make the song a little different each time you play it... which is INSANELY FUN to do with a crowd.
In the studio, Session View lets you improvise to find the perfect song structure, in the flow, without stopping the music. Once you get it nailed, you just record your track into the Arrangement for final automation & mixdown. And there’s more. You can easily bring all your existing tracks into Session View so you can play them live without feeling like it’s karaoke.
A BETTER WAY TO BUILD TRACKS
Most people are still teaching composition in the Arrangement view, where you stop and start and cut and paste and layout your blocks of music visually on the timeline.
That’s like carving a statue where you slowly chip off little pieces and step back to see how it looks.
But what if you like to make music on the fly, by feel, like they used to do with drum machines and synths in a live set?
What if you want to make music with your hands on the controls, tweaking knobs, intuitively feeling it without planning?
What if you like to get up to your elbows in it like throwing clay on a pottery wheel? (there’s a reason vinyl records are so hypnotic…
escape the 8-bar loop
This revolutionary course teaches you how to build your song structure in Session View, where Ableton is at its best. It’s a totally different kind of composition that’s perfect for electronic music (which is based on hardware that makes loops).
You learn a fast and effective way to create buildups, peaks, Drops and put a CLIMAX in your tracks, so people will want to hear them again and again.
NOBODY ELSE is making hands-on Session Lessons™ where you learn by doing it right there in Ableton.
Do you have a bunch of unfinished tracks sitting on your computer? Dysfunctional workflow that leaves you feeling annoyed and frustrated? Need help with with song structure, arrangement & composition?
Sign up and turn your ideas into complete tracks, without beating your head against the desk.
Yes, I have to say it — if you like live-mixing your music, improvising with mute switches and AUX sends, and dubbing down your tracks under heavy Delay Influence… this is for you.
Song Form Workflow Guide
This gives you a simple process to making music one step at a time. It's great for beginners, but it will also keep working as your sessions get more and more complex. I still use this in my own tracks, after almost 20 years of making beats! - Steve
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